LMS News

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  • It's a Food Drive!

    LMS will be having a Food Drive, from Tuesday, 1/19 through Tuesday, 2/02. We will be collecting canned goods, dry goods and shelf-stable items.
     
    On-campus learners and families may bring items to morning drop-off or afternoon dismissal.  Remote families may drop-off items anytime between 8AM-4PM at the collection bin placed outside the Elementary building under the portico. Any in person families looking for a touchless option may also use the collection bin.
     
    Donations will benefit a local food pantry. Stay tuned for more details!
     
    ***Please remember to check for outdated food.
    We cannot donate anything outdated.***
     
    Have a question? Contact Christina Mamlouk 
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  • Parent Book Club, 2/3/21 at 8PM via zoom

    The LMS parent Book Club has generated some stimulating and informative dialogue over the years. It's a great way to meet and connect with fellow LMS parents. 
     
    February's book, Caste: The Origins Of Our Discontents, is currently trending and for good reason--it is powerful and incredibly thought provoking.

    Too busy to commit to an entire book? Then join us in March when there is a movie version option of that month's book, Between the World and Me. 
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  • Save the Date of 2/27/21 for A Virtual Presentation by Anna Dashevsky, Psy.D.

    "The COVID19 pandemic has changed the lives of children in many ways. Switching to remote school and after school activities, having to wear a mask, spending more time in front of screens, having to remain socially distanced from peers -- these are just some of the changes to which children have had to adapt in the past 10 months. Change is difficult, and many children have experienced adjustment difficulties. At the same time, children have shown true resilience in the face of challenge.  From showing increased independence and creativity, stronger time management and organizational skills, to more time spent outdoors -- children are continuously finding new ways to cope with the challenges of the pandemic. 
     
    In this presentation, I will first discuss what we know about the effects of the pandemic on children's mental health, and will then focus on the ways children have adapted and are continuing to adapt to the challenges of these times."
     
    SignupGenius and zoom information will be provided when this event gets closer. 
     
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What's Coming Up

List of 4 events.

  • Jan
    26

    Sample collection at arrival

  • Jan
    27

    Virtual Toddler Info Session

  • Feb
    2

    Virtual Children's House Info Session

  • Feb
    4

    Reports Emailed

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